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to tucson and into phoenix and distributed throughout the country, we have a serious problem. it requires us to have a national discussion. the problem is the drug cartels on the violent side. there is a demand for drugs in the united states. as long as there is demand, there will be supply. whether they dig tunnels or have a submarine, no matter what it is, we have to talk about the issue of drugs in america. it is a violent place when you have armed cartel members bringing drugs across the border into our country. i do not excuse any action that took place on any of the incidents he declared. to some health think it is not dangerous when cartel members are bringing drugs into this country is not an adequate reading of the situation on the border. i have visited all the time. i think the answer to the border patrol is technology. i think you have a point about additional border patrol. one of the things we need more of is customs people so we can expedite traffic back and forth. there are some of us here old enough to remember we used to be able to walk across and have lunch in nogales and
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truco publicio. dulce marr estÁ en tucson arizona con los detalles y reacciones chl reacciones. >>> alguacil del condado maricopa da a conocer una nuevo campaÑa que puede salvar vidas y ayuda a cruzar la frontera. ordenÓ a los agentes que pongan cruces donde han encontrado los cuerpos de quienes cruzan la frontera y han encontrado indocumentados. estas cruces representa lo peligroso de cruzar el desierto de manera indocumentada. cuando estÉn perdidos y encuentren una de las cruces pueden llamar al nÚmero de emergencias 911. y dar el nÚmero de la cruz que permitirÁ obtener su lugar exacto. >>> los inmigrantes no saben donde estÁn y toma tiempo encontrarlos y con los nÚmeros sabrÁn donde estÁn. y agregÓ que necesitan poner suficientes cruces para rescatarlos. >>> estratÉgica no estÁ de acuerdo isabel garcÍa de la coaliciÓn de derechos humanos. >>> cuanta gente no ha resultado deportado a causa de este seÑor, por sus redadas, deportaciones, que les entrega la migra, que los o deportan y su intento a cruzar. mueren, pierden la vida. >>> los reos de la ciudad de las
with americans with disabilities. i would like to thank you for coming to south tucson. i wanted you to know about how i wanted you to vote on gun legislation. "could you please ask him to that'so south tucson?" what they asked. he is all the time going to green valley.disabled people like myselfit is just too hard to ,get there. i did not even plan on this.i was on my way to a doctor appointment and i felt obligated i saw it on the news thisto come see you and you are here. morning. i was on my way to the doctor's appointment, but i felt obligated since i asked you to come here and you are here. i became disabled in december of 2010 due to a rare illness. i worked over 30 years. it killed me every time i heard senators, especially republicans, say we are takers. i paid taxes for over 30 years. i have a rare illness and i am disabled. a disconnect between federal and state of arizona reputation, arizona is one of the few states in this country, run by republicans predominately, where there was a cost of living raise for social security. that was the year before last. the state of arizona rai
by investors outside of tucson, arizona. this is like an auction that is like a feeding frenzy. [ auctioneer ] >> meteorologist: the first tuesday of every month this is the scene on the courthouse in gentleman. hundreds of dispressed properties sold in the blink of an eye. >> well, it's very exciting, somewhat like herding cats. >> reporter: it's bryce's first time at the auction. he and his wife are hoping to buy a home on the cheap, but he wasn't expecting the chaos. >> how do you find out who is difference? i see several different locations. >> reporter: or the big investors who are driving up competition and the vail price of the foreclosed homes. >> i go "g" from $500 incremented. they go up $5,000, so i'm trying to get it to $150,000, and they're 150 to 160, 170. you just look at it and say that house is not worth it. >> reporter: it's a phenomena happening nationwide. big investors going into distressed communities and buying homes binges have repossessed. >> not one institution owns 1,000 family single family rental homes. >> reporter: now institutions only 80,000 homes across the u
of mountain tops, guiding the cartels, through tucson and into phoenix, and throughout the country. we have a serious problem. it requires us to have a national discussion because the problem, mainly, is the drug cartels and the violent side of is a demand for drugs in the united states of america. whether they have a submarine, like i have seen in colombia. it is a violent place when you have armed members bringing drugs across the border into our country. i do not excuse any action that .ook place but to somehow think it is not dangerous when cartel members are bringing drugs up to this country is not an adequate reading of the situation on the border, and i visit it all the time. said, i think the answer to our border control is technology. you have a point about additional border patrol. one of the things we need more of is customs people so we can .xpedite traffic back and forth there are some of us here old enough to remember we used to be able to walk across and have and walkedgales back. think about doing that today. you bring up problems on the border, and with this survei
immigration bill at a town hall meeting tuesday in tucson. he also discussed gun control and his opposition to a plan to combine the government funding measure with a bond -- with the bill defunding healthcare law. this is an hour and 15 minutes. [applause] >> nice to see you. as you know, christina's parents are here. we hope that all is well with you. in ourna will always be hearts and our thoughts and our prayers. thank you. i know that you have a message for me. if you will wait until i finish my two hours of opening remarks -- [laughter] then we will be glad to hear from you and other members of the audience. can i also say -- can you hear me ok in the back? no. dave sent in our beloved friend passed away. our thoughts and prayers are with his family. i came to see you today as i usually do to listen to you and to exchange our views and thoughts. i know that we will all do that in a respectful manner, including respect for the views of others who you may disagree with. fun, but moress formal. -- but a lot more enlightening could -- enlightening. it is great to be back. i want to talk t
de su experiencia. >>>ccon letreros piden apoyo por la libertad de una joven de tucson, decenas de personas se presentaron en las afueras de la oficina raúl grijalba, claudia y amaro dicen que la lucha por todos apenas czxa. >>> somos muchos que venimos desde niños y que creeemos que también somos parte y esta tierra también es parte de nosotros, y tenemos que unirnos todos para salir adelante. >>> uno de esos soñadores es alejandra, joven graduada de la universidad de arizona y hermana de jesús. >>> le dijeron que la van a deportar, ahora queremos que le den una fianza para pelear el caso afuera. >>> cuando el congresista salió de su oficina, jesús quiso hablar con él . >>> cuando firmen el permiso que nosotros podemos representar y hablar con ice, entonces, inmediatamente comenzamos el proceso. >>> la urgencia de ella familia de alejandra es que no hay razón legal para que siga detenida, pero sus antecedentes criminales pueden ser la causa principal de su arresto, mientras tanto estos soñadores demuestran su apoyo. >>> platicamos en las comidas y por ahí nos encontram
at a town hall meeting in tucson. he rejected a plan endorsed by other republicans on a government funding measure, defunding the healthcare law. thank you. i know you have a message for me. if you will wait until i finish my two hours of comments -- [laughter] would beg remarks, i glad to hear from you and other members of the audience. can you hear me ok in the back? no, ok. thatve a beloved friend passed away, and our thoughts and prayers are with his family. you today, as a usually do, to listen to you and to exchange our views and thoughts. i know we will all do that in a respectful manner, including respect for the views of others who you may disagree with. it makes it less fun. [laughter] but a lot more enlightening. hello, how are you? could i just say, thanks, it is great to be back. i want to talk to you primarily -- there are lots of things rolling on in the world and i would be glad to talk about those with you, but i would like to mainly have my remarks about comprehensive immigration reform. as you know i'm a the u.s. senate passed a comprehensive -- as you know, the u.s. sen
and storms will be hit and miss today. a little monsoonal moisture around tucson and phoenix. showers around seattle. cooler temperature bess hind this storm system that's kicked up to the north. it's brought down cooler air from canada. as far as the weekend goes, we warm it back up. the northwest looking better. 75 in washington. still warm in interior california. forecast has not changed for any coastal locations there in california, even into sunday. we remain status quo. temperature even in los angeles has been on the cooler side as we go throughout the summer and interior sections will be warm but not oppressively hot from reno to boise to salt lake city. >>> some good weather for the last month of our summer vacation. first weekend of august. >> slow it down. >> it's going fast. >>> hollywood heavyweights and a saturday morning cartoon will be competing for box office supremacy. "two guns" starring denzel washington and mark sandburg and "sm "smurfs 2" open this weekend. denzel's movie is not the only reason he's trending in hollywood news. he turned down a role in "fast and furious 7
mujer en tucson.ión >> con su experienc ia estos dos jóvenes dicen que la lucha recién comienza. >> somos muchos que venimos desde niños y creemos que esta tierra también es nuestra. >> ya le dijeron que la ibana deportar, queremos parar la deportación y una fianza para que pelee el caso acá afuera. >> ya tiene más sde 2 años en el centro de detención de illinois. >> cuando firman el permiso de representacdión podemos comenzar el proceso. >> la familia de alejandra dice que no hay motivos para que esté encerrada, aunque sus antecedentes criminales pueden ser las causas. >> ella es una chica muy alegre, esperamos que salga. >> hoy alejandra y mañana quizá puede ser un familiar mío, por eso como comunidad debemos abogar los unos por los otros. >> así como alñejandra hay muchos otros jóvenes, pero cada caso es analizado de manera independiente. >> el regreso a clases podría ser motivo de angustia para jóvenes que sufren de bullying o acoso. >>y un toro suelto causó estragos, a la vuelta le contamos. >> ♪. >> ♪. >> y usted en lo que pasó, el torito este. en un
los suyos y siguen la lucha por obtener el asilo, en tucson, arizona, univisiÓn. >>> en new york muchas personas siguen conmocionados para el caso de agresiÓn sexual de un adolescente en contra de una niÑa de cuatro aÑos cuya experiencia en un restaurante mcdonald's pasÓ del juego a la pesadilla, esto pasÓ en un lugar que nadie sospechaba y la forma como ocurriÓ el delito. >>> los padres de familia que frecuentan con sus hijos el mcdonald's donde ocurriÓ el terrible incidente se preguntan cÓmo fue posible que una criatura de cuatro aÑossexualmen de 14 en el Área de juegos. >>> muchachos granadino lde no deberÍan dejar entrar. >>> es de origen asiÁtico el acusado, se leve en este video, su nombre no se ha revelado por tratarse de un menor de edad, lo interrogaron en esta comisarÍa de queens desde donde lo tr trasladaron a la corte donde se le preguntaron cargos por asaltar sexualmente a una menor. >>> el padre de la vÍctima de origen hispano que no quiere dar a conocer su rostro dijo que su esposa se enfrentÓ al agresor cuando la pequeÑa lo seÑalÓ, despuÉs de un
personas en la zona ---la patrulla fronteriza en el sector de tucson localiz 177 cuerpos en el ltimo aÑo fiscal. cesar ---con la implementacio n del nuevo sistema de seguro medico impulsado por el presidente obama... take vo ...habr mucha confusion sobre todo entre la comunidad inmigrante de california que no domina el ingles. ---es por eso que el asambleista estatal de san francisco, "phil ting" present el proyecto de ley ab-1263, para que el estado obtenga 270 millones de dolares en fondos que serian utilizados para la contratacion de interpretes que ayudarian a los pacientes al momento de solicitar los beneficios medicos bajo la nueva ley. cesar ---tiempo de la primera pausa pero al regresar, take vo ---entablan una nueva demanda contra un equipo de futbol profesional por presuntamente discriminar a sus empleados que no son latinos take vo ---ademas, solo cinco dias despues de ser liberado, el capo mexicano rafael caro quintero vuelve a ser un fugitivo de la justicia.. take sot segment ends cesar ---en richmond, se cierra hoy uno de los casos de violacion mas sonados en esa comunidad.
sales in coloradou theater massacre. and following the shooting in tucson, gun purchases in arizona spiked. while nancy ellis grieves for the victims of the tragedy in her own backyard -- >> my heart breaks for them. it truly does. >> reporter: -- for her, this is about protecting her rights. >> did the guns cause the tragedy? no. it is the person behind the gun that caused the tragedy. >> reporter: and here's something i think is really important to point out, christine. when you look at the number of guns, the number of americans that own guns in this country has been declining steadily, really, since the '70s. but what we're seeing is more guns in the hands of fewer people. and that's a key point that two of those men in the piece talked to me about that are part of newtown action alliance. that's what really concerns them. they're not anti-gun per se, they're concerned about seeing more and more guns, what they see as sort of a stockpiling of guns in the hands of fewer people, and as you saw, they mentioned nancy lanza in that ho home. >> a major airline merger, a legal battle b
libre bajo fianza, se presentarÁ en corte en esta semana, para resolver su situaciÓn legal, en tucson arizona. dulce mascarreÑo, univisiÓn. >>> un pastor de una iglesia en indiana, lese prometÍa trabajar para sacar de la cÁrcel a familiares de inmigrantes indocumentados, estÁ en lÍos con la justicia. jorge lÓpez pedÍa dinero para ayudar a pagar fianzas de los detenidos, no lo hacia, desde indianÁpolis nos hablan de otro caso de estafa a inmigrantes. >>> desafortunadamente, crisantos buscÓ la ayuda en el lugar equivocado con la persona equivocada, buscÓ en la iglesia al pastor jorge lÓpez. le dio al pastor mÁs de 4 mil dÓlares para que pagara la fianza de su esposo y salga en libertad. >>> tenÍamos esperanza con ese seÑor que decÍa, lo vamos a traer, y llevar, y cada mentira era una alegrÍa. >>> que todo se vino abajo. >>> el pastor lÓpez, nunca pago la fianza, y el esposo de yolanda terminÓ siendo deportado. >>> la Única persona que aportaba el dinero para que comieramos y todo eso, era Él. >>> el pastor fue arrestado con cargos de robos y falsificaciÓn de docum
get stom buddies to pick up the car. that is what happened in tucson, arizona, and our web producer alycia caught this on video. >> do it, do it. >> and what we are doing is to trying to get this car out, and you can see the car is boxed in. according to alycia, they arrived at 10:00 p.m. and a dude was already blocked in and trying to get the car out. four hours later, this same dude is still pacing. so, the buddies just picked the car up, and there are only four of them. three guys and one girl. just enough adrenaline to move the sucker right out of the way. the beetle was not responsible for blocking the car in, but it was the easiest to move. >> and oh, my gosh. >> we don't know exactly what the drivers were thinking in this parking scenario. now, the driver of this car that did box them in came back shortly after this volkswagen was moved and seemed unphased over the fact that they had boxed the person in for hours on end, and everybody gets in their cars and drive away. >>> we have a couple of animal bonding videos the show you. we start in the caymen islands, and that is chri
padres de un grupo de 9 soÑadores celebran hoy la l liberaciÓn de sus hijos vamos a pasar a tucson arizona se enc n encuentra dulce que nos amplia . >>> ,la falelkiicidadd embva l los padres de los joveÓvenes s estudiantes ptras las rejhas . >>> >> en los angeles la misma l velocidad tiene la familia de lizbeth . >>> se merecen la oportunidad l los muchachos y tambiÉn reuni c reunificar a la familia en chicago la mamÁ de lulu martÍnez , por instar a otras a una pr protesta p;ubliublica dijo qu c lucha debe continaur cuar no s o olvidar de las sonpersonas los v jovÓvenes soÑadiores salÍeron da detencion despuÉs de dos smemans de ser detenidos los jovÓvene e aseguran que vivieron un verd e verdadero calvariao donde est i estuvieron aislados en celdas r privasdas por mÁs de una seman u un poquito difÍcil . >>> mareco saavedra , tambiÉ o comaprte el dolor estar agffuer del paÍsqu que lo vio crecer . >>> tambiÉn para conocernos a todos nosotros coÓmo equipo y ls h
that are guiding these drug cartels and earning tucson and up to into phoenix and distributed throughout the country, then we have a serious problem. and it requires us to have a national discussion because the drugem mainly is the cartels in this violence side of it. and there is a demand for drugs and the united states. and as long as there is a demand, there will be a supply. whether they use lights, dig tunnels, or have a summary and. -- a submarine. whether they have -- like i have seen in colombia. it is a violent place when you have armed members bringing drugs across the border into our country. i do not excuse any action that took place. but to somehow think it is not dangerous when cartel members are bringing drugs up to this country is not an adequate reading of the situation on the border, and i visit it all the time. and as i said, i think the answer to our border control is technology. you have a point about additional border patrol. one of the things we need more of is customs people so we can expedite traffic back and forth. there are some of us here old enough to remembe
arizona? where are you from? >> tucson. >> awesome. where are you from? >> i'm from [speaker not understood]. >> you work at the prison? >> [speaker not understood]. >> the jail, okay. are you guys law enforce. ment in here? any nonlaw enforcement in here? what you do? >> [speaker not understood]. >> sweet. >> [speaker not understood]. >> neighborhood revitalization. >> awesome. we work really, a lot hand in hand in the city of phoenix with our neighborhood services department. by far some of my best friends. we get a lot done. i can't speak enough t them somebody asked me if [speaker not understood] can come in here. i want to try to keep the media out. i'll tell you guys about that in the future, how we don't really want these people to know, we don't want it out in the media, hey, we just busted somebody because we used facebook to get them. what are the vandals going to do? everything is going to go away. we want to make sure -- i'm telling you right now by no means am i an spederth. i will not stand up here and tell you i'm an expert on how to investigate graffiti. i am
a little bit about it real quick. let me log on. down there in tucson or casa grand -- don't beep at me. hey. what's that big tager you have down there? either one. >> [inaudible]. ger you have down there? either one. >> [inaudible]. >> i put you on the spot. * >> i think it's smoker. >> smoker? hold on on that. >> [inaudible]. >> as you can see, once you pull on the graffiti tracker, you have -- this is what the activity is in phoenix right now. i can tell you my top 10 right now, my most active taggers are size, toke, miller, merk, miller, rats, break, i know eight of those right now i have identified. still got to go out and check them. the way we like to do t though, once we identify them, we like to sit down and catch them in the act. it's easier to do in court and make a big case after you catch them in the act. what did you say? you got merc? let's take a look at merc. this is what happens. once you get on graffiti checker, you can find somebody, you can put a search in there for any tagger that you want. i know you had m. ob, money over bitches, that's a big tagging crew. over 7
in and comment. >> next, john mccain was speaking to constituents at a town hall meeting in tucson. he talked about the immigration in the senate. this is one hour and 15 minutes. [applause] >> christina's parents are here. withpe everything is well you. she will always be in our hearts and prayers. i know you have a message for me. if you will wait until i finish my two hours of comments -- [laughter] of opening remarks, i would be glad to hear from you and other members of the audience. can you hear me ok in the back? no, ok. we have a beloved friend that passed away, and our thoughts and prayers are with his family. i came to see you today, as a usually do, to listen to you and
is a national strategy we went to san diego they have technology tucson has wonderful technology but it just presses to other points now the new point of entry is the rio grande valley in that national strategy in that plan to dictate where we put those resources we will continue to throw money at the problem without a solution. lou: is your proposal as it rolls back the legislation that authorized cooperation between the authorities of border patrol and local law-enforcement. this administration wants to take your bill to encourage that cooperation? what is the reaction? >> it is a force multiplier it has a valuable role to play and the share of some doors my bill because it gives them a voice as a stakeholder of the national strategy in the implementation and along with the coast guard and border patrol in national guard it brings everyone together to create the national strategy that we have never had before. we have never had a plan to implement or metrics to measure we have thrown $75 billion to the border with only a 44% success rate we can do better also as a 90 percent apprehension r
concejales. >> ha sido acusado por varias mujeres de acoso sexual. >> la policÍa de tucson en arizona investiga una profesora acusada de abuso contra uno de sus estudiantes, supuestamente la maestra se molestÓ porque la niÑa le sacÓ punta a su lÁpiz varias veces no encontrÓ manera de castigarla que atando a su silla utilizando cinta adhesiva, autoridades informaron que la profesora ha sido retirada del salÓn de clases. >> la empresa de mensajerÍa u ps planea suspender la cobertura de salud a las parejas de unos 15.000 empleados esto segÚn un documento obtenido por el sitio de internet (en inglÉs) segÚn dicho por u ps la medida aplicarÁ a empleados no sindicalizados y que se contraten en estados unidos por lo cual planea ahorrarse 60 millones de dÓlares cada aÑo. >> impresionantes imÁgenes de lo que la oposiciÓn en siria describe como un ataque del rÉgimen contra con armas quÍmicas. >> le diremos por quÉ la representaciÓn en estados unidos emitiÓ una alerta para que sus ciudadanos estadounidenses que viven o visitan en la isla lo hagan con precauciÓn. >> la atenci
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agree with it. >> the second of today's town halls with constituents in tucson arizona. senator john mccain asked his voters to support the immigration bill. he also rejected a plan by other republicans the would combine a measure with a bill that defunds the health care law. the audience included the appearance of a 9-year-old girl who died in the 2011 tucson shooting that wounded a former congresswoman gabriel giffords. [applause] >> as you know, christina's parents are here. we hope that all is well with you. cristina will always be in our hearts and thoughts and prayers. thank you. i know that you have a message for me. if you will wait until i finish my two hours of opening remarks then i will be glad to hear from you and other members of the audience. but i also say -- can you hear me okay in the back? for okay. our thoughts and prayers are with his family. i came to see you today as i usually do and to listen and to exchange our views and thoughts and i know that we will do that in a respectful manner including for the views of others that you may disagree with. so it makes it le
. i think air in tucson, is that correct? >> i am, yes. stuart: are you going over to phoenix and maybe suggest to the president that you could work for him in the next three years? >> stuart, there are a few things i'm sure of in life. one is that i will do better staying in tucson on vacation rrther than making entreaties that i'm sure will fall on deaf ears. >> are you cheering on hillary clinton for a run in 2016? >> well, i think she's going to run. i think she has some obstacles in her path, but she's the acknowledged front runner and she will probably almost certainly get the democratic nomination and looking at the republican field, she's got to be seen as the clear favorite right now. >> on that note, we'll leave you on vacation and we will no doubt see you back in new york whenever you-- >> i look forward to it. >> i look forward to it. >> thank you very much indeed. i've got to show you the big board and make sure that you're seeing this. we're down 116 on the dow jones industrials. and charles and i are looking at it. charles: summer doldrums, anti-climactic, the j
at james holmes in aurora, adam lanza at sandy hook and you go back to tucson and others, these are young men, as i said earlier, disenfranchised they feel by society, who flip and commit these outrages. he's another one, joshua cooke, that calls into that category. do you believe that they can just grow out of, this even if they have a condition like schizophrenia? >> well, to some extent we do know that people are at their violent peak early adulthood and many do grow out of it. let me challenge this idea that cooke would have done much more had he had an assault weapon. he killed his parents, then called 911. didn't matter what weapon he had. he wasn't going anywhere afterwards, whether he happen an assault weapon or shotgun, he did what he did. it's easy for him to say i would have done a lot more if i had an assault weapon, but he was going nowhere. >> that's an interesting point, isn't it? he could be just saying that because he knows i have a position on assault weapons. he might be trying to ingratiate himself in some way to make me more sympathetic to him. >> he's trying to make
back to tucson and others, these are young men, as i said earlier, disenfranchised they feel by society, who flip and commit these outrages. he's another one, joshua cooke, that calls into that category. do you believe that they can just grow out of, this even if they have a condition like schizophrenia? >> well, to some extent we do know that people are at their violent peak early adulthood and many do grow out of it. let me challenge this idea that cooke would have done much more had he had an assault weapon. he killed his parents, then called 911. didn't matter what weapon he had. he wasn't going anywhere afterwards, whether he happen an assault weapon or shotgun, he did what he did. it's easy for him to say i would have done a lot more if i had an assault weapon, but he was going nowhere. >> that's an interesting point, isn't it? he could be just saying that because he knows i have a position on assault weapons. he might be trying to ingratiate himself in some way to make me more sympathetic to him. >> he's trying to make sense of it as well, and say well, it could have been worse.
technology. but they're getting around that with the boats. tucson has wonderful technologies, but all it does is presses them to other points. and now the new point of entry now is texas. the rio grande valley, the immigration flow has 55%. without a national strategy and plan to dix state where we put those resources we're going to continue to throw money at the problem without a real solution. >> and your proposal, this administration, to be clear, has rolled back 287g, the co-op prative legislation that authorized regulation, that authorizes cooperation between the immigration authorities, the border patrol, and local law enforcement. this administration wants no part of it. your law, your bill, would encourage that cooperation. what has been the reaction? >> local law enforcement are force multiplier. the ones down the border have a valuable role to play. the border sheriffs endorse my bill, they support it, because it gives -- this bill gives them a voice as stakeholders as to what the national strategy is going to be and what the implementation plan is going to be along with the
the border is secure, and the governor, jan brewer, laughed, says come down to tucson. we don't know how many illegals are coming across. so the president, i think part of it is the fatal conceit. this idea they can see everything from washington and they don't need the individualized knowledge of the ground that state governments provide. >> neil: or you can feed it to the racist arguers that republicans are about to repress minority voters. >> a republican governor. >> neil: one thing i think about is where they draw the line here. it is bad to have a voter i.d. or something saying you have the right to vote, pretty sacred right in the kiss -- in this country, and the same administration pushing the health i.d. laws so which is it? it's confusing. >> the voter i.d. issue was a great issue for democrats to try to rally the base and say, oh, this is an effort to try to disenfranchise black voters they ginned up the liberal base. there was no proof that these voter i.d. laws turn away voters, and is the doj being used as a political tool toal the base and convince people the republicans are ra
and outreach. almost 300,000 went to tucson's health center. >> what they'll be doing, educating people about options with the affordable care act, but also encouraging people to see what kind of insurance they qualify for. >> reporter: they wonder how the law will negatively impact them. >> the place obama care is taking you, is it a done deal? >> if you're under 65 -- >> is it better if you're younger. >> reporter: this event, sponsored by the conservative group americans for prosperity involved no public money. >> you want to be very, very careful in the medicare age group. >> reporter: older folks worry what they will lose, but it is what the poor stand to gain that energizes the effort. >> we will educate and help through the process. >> reporter: critics consider it a one sided pr campaign. >> it is a little disturbing the government is spending taxpayer money to go out and sign people up for a government program of dubious quality. >> reporter: the success of obama care depends on signing up three million healthy uninsured 18 to 34-year-olds. their enrollment designed to offset the cos
appeal. other top cities include tucson, arizona, seattle, san francisco and san diego. >> see it everywhere. that's why i decided to move here last year at 26 -- >> let me know, i can't wait until i turn 26. so much to experience. >> why fast food workers across the country joined together in protest. >>> buyer beware, fake apple products, including iphones and accessories sold in a maryland mall. >>> miley cyrus's new projects with one of pop's biggest star to make >>> maryland state police seized hundreds of counterfeit apple products inside an anne arundel county mall. tonight police are warning consumers investigators tell us they busted two kiosks following a seven-month investigation. they confiscated fake apple products including i phones and phony apple accessories that$89. police believe other counterfeit items may still be out there. the arundel mills mall said it does not condone the sale of counterfeitings and expects retailers to provide quality merchandise. liz crenshaw will have more on the story right here at 5:00 tonight. >>> three teens are in a prince george
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